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YouTube Channel: SouthernPrepper1

Hello all –

I don’t think I have been this excited since Prom Night back in 1988. I have just recently discovered a new YouTube Channel – southernprepper1.

southernprepper1is a survival, preparedness and homesteading YouTube Channel that – at least in my experience – is unique. southernprepper1 is retired military and from all indications is immensely knowledgeable. His channel has not been around for that long – but he has uploaded more than 60 videos with great content.

Primarily focused on preparing for a WROL (Without Rule of Law) situation – he pulls from his military experience as well as years living in the country to pass on information on topics such as lighting a retreat, useful small tools, ammunition supplies, back up bug out locations, retreat security, retreat tactics, purifying water, etc.

One aspect of his YouTube Channel are a series of “scenario” video’s that he has started. Basically a work of fiction – southernprepper1is producing a series of videos filmed as if a WROL/TSHTF situation has already taken place and he is updating the viewer of what is going on. I have found them very interesting as well as educational. No doubt he is using this format as a method of teaching. For the playlist click here.

I see southernprepper1 has a lot more to offer and I am looking forward to seeing more.

Here is the very first video he uploaded:

Do yourself a favor and visit southernprepper1’s channel and spend a couple of hours watching his videos. Time well spent.

Take care all –

Rourke

6 comments to YouTube Channel: SouthernPrepper1

  • GypsySixx

    I have learned so much from watching Southernprepper1 s You tube Channel. I check his site about 20 times a day waiting for his latest video. If you havent found Southernprepper yet, Your way behind in getting ready for the up and coming trouble. God Bless. GypsySixx

  • sdawgarmy

    Been watching him n a couple others for awhile. I agree im always checking in night n day for new videos. I like yankee prepper n dsarnti is quite humorous. There r sum nuts out there though unfortunetly found some white supremicist guy pushing whites banding together in wrol. But for most part youtube is filled with great channels make me wish for wifi!

  • GoneWithTheWind

    I’ve watched many videos and most are painful to watch. Everyone who plans on creating a video for youtube should take a simple class in public speaking. I could usually skip the first 2 minutes in a 6 minute video and miss nothing. In fact a typical 6 minute video contains about 30 seconds of relevant information. If nothing else follow this simple format:

    1. Tell them what you are going to tell them. Introduce your subject briefly don’t drone on about all the good things you have done and friends have done and on and on or get sidetracked, etc..
    2. Tell them. (That is teach the lesson, inform, etc.)
    3. Tell them what you told them. (Give a brief recap of the points. It is a useful tool to enhance the learning process).

    Number one should be a one to three sentences long, like: “Today we are going to talk about how to make bread in a dutch oven over coals from a campfire.”

    Number two should be a paragraph for each main point/step in the process, like: “You will need 3 cups of flour, 1 cup warm water, 1 tablespoon of yeast, 1 teaspoon of salt and a little oil or grease.”

    Number three should be a recap of what you just taught, like: “That is how you can use a dutch oven to make bread in the outdoors and what you will need to do it.”

  • Jason

    It’s amazing how great of a site he has developed, the WROL scenarios are the best, it makes you think about own situation. I especially like the fact he’s not running around wearing camouflage BDU’s and always talking about what firearm is best for WROL like in other peoples videos – many spend way to much time on guns/ammo/gear and not the basics – food, shelter, community.

  • Rourke

    GoneWithTheWind –

    Thanks for the tips!

    Rourke

  • Patriot One

    Thanks for the lead on SP1. I had a slow day and checked out his channel. He presents some great basics. I like the way he presents the psychology of the situation. I have many friends that think they can do it alone and cowboy up at the last minute. I can see a use for these videos. Thanks for the tip.